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Adolescent and Young Adult Education

Prepares individuals to teach grades seven through twelve (ages 12-21). Licensure area options are integrated language arts, integrated mathematics, integrated science, integrated social studies, physical sciences: chemistry, earth sciences, life sciences, physical sciences: physics.

  • Those seeking Adolescent to Young Adult (AYA) licensure have two advisors - one in education and one in the major area of study.
  • Completion of a disciplinary major that is a part of one of the adolescent/young adult licensure areas (Specific licensure course requirements are available in the education department office and contained in the Teacher Education Handbook.)

Course Requirements Checklists

Integrated Language Arts
Integrated Mathematics

Integrated Science (with one major: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology,   or Physics

Integrated Social Studies
Physical Sciences: Chemistry
Earth Sciences

Life Sciences

Physical Sciences: Physics